Glow Show

By Logan Wiley On October Friday 13th, Chapman hosted a football game against Clay Center. Pre-game included both high school band and the middle school band. CHS band invited the CMS band to have their annual band night. Starting off the game CHS fell behind, and by the end of the first quarter the score was 0-16. As the game continued, in the second quarter with four minutes left Malik Watkins scored a touchdown. The Irish got a two point

CHS Students Attend KSU’s All-State Choir Prep Day

By Emma Frieze   On September 16th, 2017, 12 members of CHS choirs attended All-State Choir Prep Day at Kansas State University with teacher Mrs. McGuffin. The clinic ran from 9 am to 5 pm and was lead by the university’s two co-directors of Choral Studies, Dr. Oppenheim and Dr. Yu-Oppenheim. The purpose of the day was to prepare students for their upcoming district and state honor choir auditions, which will take place in early November. Throughout the day, the

Tri M Induction

By Logan Wiley   On October 5th, the Chapman High School Music Department held their annual Tri M Induction. Chapman High School established Tri-M Chapter #3005 in the 1998-1999 school year with 36 members. Chapman’s chapter has been named the top chapter in the state of Kansas; most recently in 2014.   During the ceremony, new officers were installed by their sponsor Angeline McGuffin. The new officers are: President, Codie Boyd; Vice President, Pierce Hayden; Secretary, Victoria VarVais; Treasurer, Reagan Dalke; Historian,

National Honor Society Induction

By Logan Wiley Monday, September 11, the National Honor Society welcomed their new members. New leadership is passed down this year. Mrs. Cook is the advisor and the offices are held by Senior NHS members. President is Savana Gorman, Vice President is Logan Wiley, Pierce Hayden is Secretary/Treasurer, and Mikayla Preston is Stuco Representative. To be inducted into NHS holds big responsibilities. The National Honor Society is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than

Cross Country at South East Saline

By Adrianna Welsh   Chapmans XC team competed at SouthEast Saline on September 22. Our boy competitors were, Chance Ores, Shaun Blocker, James Butler, Tye Paluso, Mitchell Tiller, Ethan Diercks, Chance Hayden, Daniel Klukas, Tyler Dalke, Kaden Stalder, and Ethan Anderson. At the meet we had one Chapman male competitor place in the top 20’s. Cameron Ores placed 12th, with a time of (12:12.45).   For our girl competitors, we had Taylor Briggs, Madison Smith, Lindsey Anderson, Maddie Elliott, and Madison Simpson.

Volleyball at Silver Lake

By Renee Milleson Lady Irish traveled to Salt Lake on Saturday September 30th, to compete in a volleyball tournament. The Lady Irish beat Royal Valley 25-18 in their first game, fell short in their second game 19-25, and came back to win 25-13. The Lady Irish also played Perry Lecompton beating them 25-10 in their first game and 25-23 in their second game, winning the consolation bracket. The Lady Irish have been doing a great job this season with a

CHS Students Attend KSU’s All-State Choir Prep Day

By Emma Frieze On September 16th, 2017, 12 members of CHS choirs attended All-State Choir Prep Day at Kansas State University with teacher Mrs. McGuffin. The clinic ran from 9 am to 5 pm and was lead by the university’s two co-directors of Choral Studies, Dr. Oppenheim and Dr. Yu-Oppenheim. The purpose of the day was to prepare students for their upcoming district and state honor choir auditions, which will take place in early November. Throughout the day, the students

Smoky Valley Tennis

By Mara Carrigan Chapman high school’s Lady Irish Varsity tennis has had a successful season so far! They kicked off their season with a home meet that Abilene, Wamego, and Concordia attended. Abilene took first, Chapman took second, Wamego took third, and Concordia took fourth. Individually our girls worked hard and had a good start to the season. Number one doubles, Riley Davis and Bee Loy, got first place. Number two doubles, Mara Carrigan and Natasha Maki, got second place.

National Honor Society Induction

Group Pic 2

By Logan Wiley Monday, September 11, the National Honor Society welcomed their new members. New leadership is passed down this year. Mrs. Cook is the advisor and the offices are held by Senior NHS members. President is Savana Gorman, Vice President is Logan Wiley, Pierce Hayden is Secretary/Treasurer, and Mikayla Preston is Stuco Representative. To be inducted into NHS holds big responsibilities. The National Honor Society is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than

Loy and Anderson Crowned King and Queen

Logan Wiley Homecoming is always an exciting time in the year. Throughout the school day you see everyone excited for the game and dance. Football players, cheerleader, and the dancers wear their uniforms to let everyone know to support the team. Starting the evening at 6 the parade starts. The parade includes each class floats that compete against one another for first place. Placements on the floats were fourth place is Seniors, Third place Freshmen, Second Sophomores and making first

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